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How to Succeed with a Mentor

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Grant Cardone and Jarrod Glandt bring you the tools you need to succeed in the 21st Century. Plenty of you want true freedom, prefer entrepreneurship to 9-to-5 and are hungry for a mentor who gives you the raw and real deal. Grant doesn’t care what your age is, he knows you’re a Young Hustler. Every Thursday at 12 PM Grant and Jarrod bring you sales, business and success tips and insights to succeed in any economic climate.

Today on Young Hustlers Grant Cardone and Jarrod Glandt discuss the importance of mentors.

If you don’t do the research on a person you can’t trust them. You have to really research them. If you’re not willing to do the research, you’re not serious. A mentor is defined as an experienced and trusted advisor. Based on the definition, you need to trust them. People have wrong expectations of what mentorship really is. It’s not an age thing. A 60 year-old can learn something from a 14 year-old. Maybe it’s the new Pokemon app. The point is you shouldn’t trust someone who hasn’t done what you want to do. A mentor doesn’t have to be a face-to-face meeting. You don’t have to personally know a person for them to be your mentor. Just consume their information. A few tips in finding a mentor:

1. Choose carefully—Get someone who is qualified. Before you go all in with someone really learn what they are about.

2. Do not get too many sources of data— You don’t need too many chefs in the kitchen. Pick just a couple, or better yet, just one.

3. Duplicate exactly what they tell you to do—Don’t be filtering what they say by what you think. If you want to be mentored, do what they say.

4. Stick with them until you outgrow them—Don’t give up on it until you’re ready for a new mentor to take you to new levels.

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